The park has eight entrances. Paso Nogal Road is the main entrance. Others include Kiki Lane, Boies Way, Gail Drive, Morello Avenue, Odin Drive, and Paso Nogal Street. Taylor Boulevard to the south, Morello Avenue to the east and Paso Nogal Road to the north generally borders the park and open space area. This park is designated as an open space with a fenced dog training park area (2.5 acres), small picnic areas and about 63 acres of scenic hiking trails.
Paso Nogal Park is continuously improving its features. The split rail fencing has largely been replaced by six-foot fencing. The small dog park has been expanded. Benches have been added to both large and small dog sides. There is an area to wash off a dog if necessary on both sides of the park. A porta potty has been added next to the dog park. One volunteer at this park, in particular, is constantly working to make the park better, and they have succeeded admirably.
Paso Nogal Dog Park Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
Dawn to Dusk
9 a.m.- dusk
Rules for the Use of the Paso Nogal Off-Leash Dog Exercise Area
Dogs must be at least 6 months old, up to date with current vaccinations and free of contagious conditions. Dogs must display current registration tags on their collar.
Owners/handlers are required to clean up after their dogs. Doggie bags are provided through membership donations (PH DOG).
All owners/handlers using the area must carry a leash for each of their dogs.
Owners/handlers must prevent their dogs from digging as it damages the turf and creates a hazard for other users.
Dogs in heat are not allowed.
The number of dogs per owner/handler is limited to no more than 4.
There are two fenced-in Off Leash Exercise Areas for dogs: one for dogs under 25 lbs and the other for larger dogs.